But TMZ reported otherwise, claiming that Humphries flew Sinanaj from New York City to Miami, just to spend the weekend with him, adding that they've actually been seeing each other since mid-January.
Even if the two have been together for months, Kris doesn't want it to seem that way.
He also set a school record for most points by a freshman for a season with 629 and was the first Big Ten freshman to be named conference Player of the Week in two of the first three weeks of the season.
Although Humphries was personally successful at Minnesota, the team struggled.The Gophers finished 12–18, with a 3–13 record in the Big Ten during Humphries' lone season, tying Penn State for the worst record in the conference.But the wedded bliss ended October 31, 2011 when Kim filed for divorce after 72 days of marriage.(born February 6, 1985) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).The pair took their fast-moving relationship to the next level when Humphries proposed -- on camera for her E!
reality show, of course -- in May and they wed on August 20, 2011.He averaged 21.7 points and 10.1 rebounds (both tops in the Big Ten), while shooting .444 percent from the field and .742 from the line.On February 18, 2004 he set a school record with 36 points in a game against Indiana."Myla and Kris are absolutely not in a relationship," a source close to Humphries told Radar Online. Absolutely, and she was pressuring Kris for a commitment, but he has been very honest with her that there was no way that was going to happen...Kris is very much enjoying being single and any girl that claims she is dating him exclusively is lying." TMZ still maintains the two are in a full-blown relationship, but claim Humphries' lawyers are trying to negotiate a paid non-disclosure agreement, which would prevent her from speaking about their relationship.According to Radar Online, Humphries had his lawyer reach out to Sinanaj, telling her to stop claiming she's his girlfriend.